'We're All In This Together': Superintendent Dr. William Hite Joins CBS3 Ahead Of Philadelphia School District's First Day Of Remote-Only LearningThis year, they will begin the academic year with all-remote learning until at least November. 
Private, Parochial Schools Return To In-Person Learning For 2020-21 Academic YearThere's a series of half-days this week at Saint Laurence School in Upper Darby and then a break for the holiday. 
Whether In-Person Or Virtual, Several Charter Schools In Philadelphia Begin A Different School YearFor hundreds of kids around Philadelphia, the first day of school began without the fanfare of walking into a classroom.
Officials: Pennsylvania Students Required To Wear Face Coverings At All Times While In School BuildingsPennsylvania students are now required to wear face coverings at all times while in school buildings, the Department of Education announced Monday
Gov. Phil Murphy Clears Way For Some New Jersey Schools To Begin Academic Year OnlineMurphy says any student who chooses to continue with remote learning "must be accommodated."
Gov. Tom Wolf's Education Head Takes New Job As Pennsylvania Schools Grapple With Reopening PlansSecretary Pedro Rivera, a member of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet for more than five years, was hired as president of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology in Lancaster.
Superintendent Explains Why Philadelphia School District Scrapped Plans For Hybrid School YearThe start of the school year on Sept. 2 will begin with all virtual learning
William Penn High School In New Castle County, Delaware To Continue Remote Learning This FallWilliam Penn High School in New Castle County announced that students will start the school year with remote learning. 
Is It Safe For Children To Go Back To School This Fall? CHOP Doctor Says 'Yes, But...'The safety of schools for children, teachers, and staff depends mainly on the level of COVID-19, if it's spreading or stable. 
Coronavirus Latest: Websites Offering Free Activities To Keep Children Busy While Home From SchoolLuckily, a lot of websites are offering free educational programs and activities to keep your children's brain active.
USDA Proposes Allowing 'More Flexibility' In School Lunches Due To High Amounts Of Wasted FoodThe USDA says food service providers could dial-back servings of fruit at breakfast, cut back on grains to make room for meats and meat alternatives and relax current vegetable requirements.